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Sunday’s Football Accumulator – Sun 17th March

We’ve got an eclectic mix of games from a trio of different competitions that form our Sunday fourfold acca this week encompassing the FA Cup, the Premier League and a massive clash in Serie A between two teams in the top four and also resident in the same city.

Of course, I am hoping that my acca’s from the Europa League on Thursday night, as well as Saturday’s big odds acca have come in, in which case I will be a very happy punter. However if they have not then I am confident that this fourfold bet stands a decent enough chance.

We begin at the New Den with the FA Cup clash between Millwall and Brighton which is then followed by two Premier League games, first up Liverpool will seek to go top of the table with a victory over Fulham at Craven Cottage while later on in the day Everton face Chelsea in the second Merseyside v London clash of the day.

Then to cap things off nicely we have a tip on the massive Milan derby as AC Milan host Inter in what is always one of the biggest and best fixtures of the season in Serie A, even if both teams are a long way off the pace being set by runaway leaders Juventus this season.

Here’s my selections for Sunday’s games.

Sunday’s Football Accumulator – 17/03/2019

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    • Leicester v Fulham - Away Win
    • 2:15
    • Leicester v Fulham - Away Win
    • 4:30
    • Leicester v Fulham - Away Win
    • 7:30
    • Leicester v Fulham - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 17th March

Millwall v Brighton – Away Win

The final FA Cup quarterfinal is the first game underway on Sunday and sees Millwall, who have already knocked out Everton to reach this stage of the tournament, taking on a Brighton side who will be desperate to reach Wembley, if only for the semifinal. Millwall is always a tough place for any side to go, but I think Brighton have proved their ability against tough Championship sides by beating West Brom and Derby to reach this stage of the competition. I think Millwall will find Brighton a tougher prospect than Everton due to this experience Brighton have against lower league sides and as such, I am backing the Seagulls to make it through to the semifinals.

Fulham v Liverpool – Away Win

With Fulham in real danger of going down, Scott Parker will know his team need to pick up points in almost every game. The problem is that the home side face a Liverpool team that will have been given a huge shot in the arm following their superb 3-1 victory away to Bayern Munich in the Champions League in the week. The Reds needed a marquis win to rubber-stamp their season and they achieved that in style in Munich and they will know a win here will move them two points clear of City in the title race. Fulham will huff and puff and make it difficult for the Reds but if Liverpool can beat Bayern so easily, then they should be more than capable of landing the three points they so badly want here too.

Everton v Chelsea – Away Win

Everton’s home form of late, especially against the top sides in the Premier League, has been woeful with the likes of Tottenham and Manchester City amongst the teams to pick up solid wins at Goodison. Chelsea have bounced back well from their Carabao Cup Final defeat to Manchester City and although they struggled at home to Wolves last time out, Wolves have proven a tough team for any of the top six to beat this season. I fancy Chelsea here as I think they have the attacking players to cause this Everton defence, which has been very shaky at times in recent weeks, plenty of problems and while I can see Everton scoring, I feel Chelsea will score at least one more to secure the win.

AC Milan v Inter Milan – Draw

Third place takes on fourth in Serie A in this Milan derby and it is Milan who come into this game in the best form having won all of their last five games. Inter have endured a less convincing spell winning just three of their last five but it is worth noting that Inter have been involved in Europe, whereas Milan have been focused solely on domestic matters. Inter actually have a decent away record and it is worth remembering that they won the reverse fixture between the teams back in October by a 1-0 scoreline. Milan are unbeaten since losing the Supercoppa Italia Final to Juventus back in January but I think they have had a relatively easy run of games in recent weeks and as such, I think Inter could do just enough to earn a draw on the day.

Dean Wyatt

Author: Dean Wyatt

Dean Wyatt is the founder and editor here at Acca Nation. He’s been betting sports for over 20 years and is a profitable sports trader on the exchanges.

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